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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 24, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEliNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24- 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PACE FIVI Good-bye Dyspepsia No More Gurgly Brash, "Lump of Lead," Bad Digestion, Heartburn or Btomaoh Troubles.' Quick RellBf. Cost* Nothing to Try. The man who can't help making faces at 1)18 stomach, the man or woman with a grouchy lilcostion, or with downrlglit dyspepsia need fret no more over stomach troublefl. The heaviest, richest dinners, the most un8peal[a;ble '^qulnk lunches, all can ibe taken care of without imposing on the Btoma Bklltul tiji'U that haa saved hor. This BritlBji airmen who wore now pursuing the runaway Gorman at a rata of sbmBthlhg like 140 miles an hour, were iftble to see more of the i\!daolous fop. The machine was a esaplane, and contained three men. The chase went on, and the British aeroplane was gaining on the German, and had, indeed, mounted above her, which Is counted an advantage among men wiho fight in the air. On the journey Lieut. Chidaon said to his gunner: "Are you good to fellow him?" And Corporal Martin replied, "Yea." Whereupon Lieut. Chidson said, "Then we'll follow him into Germany." Escaped-By n Fluke And this, undoubtedly, the intrepid Britishers would have done, or would have engaged the German before she Acid Stomachs Are Dangerous Nine-tenths of All the Stomach Trouble Said to be due to Acidity A Physician's Advice on Cause and Cure A famous physician whose succeEsful researches Into the cause and cure of stomach and intestinal diseases have earned for him an international reputation, said in the course of a recent lecture that nearly all intestinal troubles, as well as many diseases of the vital or-gians, were . directly traceable to a deranged condition of the stomach, which in turn was due nine times out of ten to excessive acidity, commonly termed sour stomach or heartb'urn, which not only Irritated and inflamed the delicate lining of the stomach, but also set up gastritis and stomach ulcers. It is Interesting to note that he condemns the use of patent medicines as well aa of medical treatment for the stomach, stating that he and his colleagues have secured remarkable results by the-use of ordinary bi-Buvated magnesia, which, by neutralizing the acidity of the food, removes the source of the trouble. He contends that is 1.; as foolish to ti'ofit the stomach Itsoit as it would be for a men who Stepped on a tnck to rub liniment on the foot without first removing the tack. Remove the tack and the foot will heal itself-neutralize the acid and stomach troubles will disappear. Irritating medicines and medical treatments are useless, so long as the contents of . the stomach remain acid; re- ^ move the acidity, and there will bo no need tor medicine-the liu'lnmed lining of the stomach will then heal Itself. Sutter-ors from acidity, sour stomach, or liCEirlburn should get a small boltlfi of bisurated magnesia from lh�lr druggist and take a teaBpotjiitul in a nuarter o' a gInsH of hot or cold water after meals, repealing in ftftoon minutes, It necesaary, this being the dose which the doctor has found most efficacious In all cases. reached there, if the unforeseen liad not happened. By Eome mistake or other, the Cor-porLl had set oH' in liic iiiaciiiiip v.-jth-out his gloves. The pursuit ot the German had takpii i-lm daring oifi